Typically course guides are created by subject librarians as a resource for classes that come into the library for a library information sessions.
Course guides can also be created upon faculty request by subject librarians even if they are unable to bring their class in for a library session.
If you are a faculty member and would like your subject librarian to create a course guide for one of your classes, you can contact your subject librarian directly or fill out this form.
|Title||Subject Area||Course Number||Instructor|
|Harlem Renaissance and the Black Arts Movement||English||ENG 1975||Bonds, E.|
|Honors ACS Shakespeare Assignment||Augustine and Culture Seminar||HON 1000||Staples, C.|
|Earlier English Literature||English||2101-001||Shohet, L.|
|The Literary Experience||English||1050-02||Fattori, M.|
|Literary Experience - Velez||English||ENG 1050||Velez, C.|
|THE WIDE SKY AND THE LONG GREEN||English||1975-H03||Staples, C.|
|Ways of Reading||English||2250-001||Mullen, M.|
|African American Literature - Lucky||English||2515||C, Lucky|
|Faulkner and Morrison - Lucky & Lutes||English||Hon 4690||Lucky & Lutes|
|Depicting Disability in Literature||English||ENG 1975 - 001, 012||Fattori, M.|
|Identity and Difference||English||ENG 1975||Bonds|
|Contemporary American Poetry- Eng 5000 - Sewell||English||5000-01||Sewell, Lisa|
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